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Tatler's today in American history - June 22

In 1807, British warship HMS Leopard attacked and boarded the USS Chesapeake.

In 1898, US Marines land in Cuba (Spanish-American War).

In 1944, FDR signed the G.I. Bill into law.


In 1945, the US prevailed in the Battle of Okinawa.

In 1978, American astronomer James Christy discovers Charon, satellite of planet large space rock Pluto.

In 1990, “tear down this wall”: Berlin’s Checkpoint Charlie is dismantled.

In 2009, Kodachrome ended its 74 year run.

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